Aston Martin's Valkyrie hypercar promises to be one of the most outrageous automobiles ever available to the general public — or at least to the 150 buyers who can plunk down the $3 million asking price. With unrestricted, F1-inspired aerodynamics designed by racing legend Adrian Newey, a 1,000 horsepower V12 that redlines at 10,500 RPM, and a top speed of well over 200 MPH, it's hard to imagine what there is to improve upon. But there is, in fact, more. Aston Martin announced the AMR Track Performance Pack, a set of performance parts that are for track only use. The package can be swapped for the car's road-legal bits, and include even higher downforce front bodywork, an entire set of panels for the rest of the car, titanium brakes, and carbon fiber aero disc covers for the wheels. Buyers can view their option choices in a VR environment, getting to see the entire car exactly as it will be delivered. We'd guess that many of the 150 Valkyries will have the Track Pack options box checked.